Euan Morse (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Euan Morse is the Lab Manager for the PoLaR Lab. Responsible for the day-to-day running of the lab, if you have any questions about the lab please contact him. He is also a master’s student in Peace and Conflict Transformation. Euan is looking into the Security considerations of Japan and South Korea, with special consideration for historical grievances.
Fatih Bayram is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow (BLINK: Bilingual Literacy and Input Negotiate Knowledge) at the Department of Language and Culture at UiT and the lab’s Research Coordinator. His research primarily focuses on heritage language bilingualism, examining the domain of morphosyntax using a variety of psycholinguistic methodologies.
Jorge González Alonso is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Language and Culture at UiT and the lab’s Experimental Coordinator. His work mostly focuses on two main topics: the acquisition of a third or further language by bilinguals of different types, and the processing of morphology and morphosyntax by non-native speakers.
Maki Kubota is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the HeLPiNG (Heritage-bilingual Linguistic Proficiency in their Native Grammar) project at the Department of Language and Culture at UiT, and the lab’s Outreach Coordinator. Her work mainly involves examining language development in children, including bilinguals, attriters (returnees), and heritage language speakers. She uses a variety of methods to track language development in children longitudinally.
Alicia Luque is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the HeLPiNG (Heritage-bilingual Linguistic Proficiency in their Native Grammar) project at the Department of Language and Culture at UiT, and the lab’s Communications Coordinator. Her work primarily focuses on investigating the set of individual factors that contribute to proficient bi/multilingualism as well as on elucidating the ways in which the (becoming) bi/multilingual experience impacts linguistic, neurocognitive, and socio-affective function using both psycholinguistics and neurolinguistic methods.